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Today's News - September 8, 2006

We lose a master and champion of historic preservation. -- The buzz is (mostly) good about Freedom Tower's little brothers. -- Coming home to Canada form Sweden, Hume feels like he's returned to the dark ages. -- Saffron finds finalists' designs for new "Thing That Is to Be Built at Sixth and Market" on Philadelphia's Independence Mall are neither memorials nor museums. -- Despite great acoustics and beautiful materials, Nashville's new concert hall "suffers from a bit of kitsch." -- In China's Commune by the Great Wall, a computer giant offers "rather lame vision of the digital future" (at least the architecture is interesting). - Forget earthquakes: "blitzkrieg archeology" is obliterating rather than rebuilding Myanmar's cultural treasures. -- Bucharest struggles to manage chaotic development; even smart plans stymied by lack of interest. -- Rybczynski explores how small details make great architects. -- Weekend diversions: In Venice, Boddy brings us Canada's fluffy Sweaterlodge, and Denmark designs a new China. -- Foster on view in Toronto. -- At Yale's concrete Art & Architecture Building, "a small exhibit shows that concrete needn't be misused so sorely."

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